We've all seen them advertised online: Heavy-duty parts, regularly maintained by a shop, low mileage, cheap replacement parts, and low-price fleet cars that were once used as patrol vehicles. Great buy, right? After all, doesn't low mileage indicate the car was not used?
The Renault Zoe was Europe's most popular EV in 2015, and the French automaker saw its overall sales in the segment jump 49 percent over 2014. EVs still represent a tiny portion of overall European auto purchases.
Renault at Formula E Paris ePrix; EV sales growing in Europe
Mary Barra says GM is not providing infrastructure for the Chevy Bolt. Teslarati provides Tesla Model X buying advice. Renault is a partner of the Formula E Paris ePrix. EV sales continue growth in Europe.